How do I adjust the slipper clutch on the evader brushless?
not sure about evader, on SC10 there is a nut to tighten down=-
ok I googled it 4 u, bored at work-
The slipper clutch comprises two plates separated by that blue ring. The two plates rotate against each other with the blue ring providing a sort of slippery surface. One plate just rests on the top shaft of the transmission, and the other plate is what the spur gear attaches to with two small screws on either side of the transmission top shaft.
So when something turns the spur gear, then one half of the clutch is turned as well. If the clutch is set tight enough (via the nut and spring assembly on the top shaft) then the other half of the clutch gets turned too. If it's set right, the clutch should only slip for the first two feet or so from a standstill.
The book says to tighten the clutch all the way down, then back it off two full turns but this may change depending on what battery, motor, tires and terrain you're running. Listen for a high pitched whining/squeaking sound.